Investigators in the Czech Republic have recommended that the country's Prime Minister, Andrej Babiš, be indicted for his involvement in a fraud case involving EU subsidies.

Along with several of his family members including his wife, Babiš has been tied by the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) to a €1.7 million fraud case - the so-called 'Stork's Nest Project' - involving a farm that received EU subsidies after its ownership was transferred from the Babiš-owned Agrofert conglomerate to Babiš...


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